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Court dismisses challenge to lease revision
A legal challenge by a Hilo business owner against the state was dismissed Friday.
Community receives $10 million for new Papa‘aloa Community Center Gym
There is a bright future on the horizon for Papa‘aloa and the Hamakua Coast with the newly acquired $10 million for a new community gym.
The former Country Club Condominium Hotel is up for new development
The former Country Club Condominium Hotel may become a hotel again under new management.
Celebrating Prince Kuhio Day: The Lyman Museum offers free admission in commemoration
Over 500 people visited the Lyman Museum for Manuahi Day, or the first free day since COVID-19 on Monday.
Pickleball all the rage: Demand for courts grows as sport soars in popularity
Pickleball is growing rapidly in popularity around Hawaii Island as more people are introduced to the fun, dynamic sport.
Kawaihae business launches fully electric catamaran
A sea tour operator in Kawaihae is leading the way toward a more eco-friendly industry with Hawaii’s first fully electric sailing charter vessel.
‘Losing momentum’ in albizia battle: Officials look for solutions as funding dwindles
As funding for albizia removal on the Big Island dries up, the invasive trees — and the danger they pose — are spreading again.
Donors rally to save Pahoa High prom
Thanks to supportive Tribune-Herald readers and the community, Pahoa High School students raised the funds needed for their junior/senior prom.
Effort to legalize recreational marijuana use in Hawaii goes up in smoke
A push to legalize recreational adult use of marijuana in Hawaii has failed yet again.
How a Big Island family aided in recovery of nene gosling
A nene family was reunited and relocated last week after an illegal capture and removal of its gosling from Wailoa River State Recreation Area in Hilo.
Green signs into law measure on conditions of felony charges
Gov. Josh Green on Wednesday signed into law a bill that codifies the conditions under which felony prosecutions can be initiated within Hawaii.
Help sought finding owner of bracelet lost on BI
Thirty years after discovering it, a Colorado woman is seeking the owner of a bracelet found on a West Hawaii beach.
Conceptual plans for Holualoa Elementary unveiled
Holualoa Elementary held a School Community Council meeting to discuss plans for the future and new possible school designs amid concerns of mold and other potential health hazards at the 128-year-old school.
County to dedicate new ambulances
Seven new ambulances are joining Hawaii County’s emergency vehicle fleet after years of COVID-19-related delays.
Companies launch weather balloons from N. Hawaii
A pair of weather balloons will be launched from North Hawaii this week, and residents are advised to not be alarmed.
Woman cited after taking nene gosling from Hilo park
Meiqin Chen, 57, of Hilo was cited this morning by state law enforcement officers after allegedly removing a nene gosling from Wailoa River State Recreation Area in Hilo.
Downtown Hilo Sack N Save reopened after Freon gas leak
Six fire units, including the HAZMAT company, responded to the downtown Hilo Sack N Save supermarket Tuesday afternoon.
Police seek leads on missing Hilo man
Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 73-year-old Danny L. Ostlund of Hilo, who was reported missing Wednesday.
State bill to outlaw flavored tobacco products dies again, despite wide-spread support
A state House Bill banning the sale of flavored tobacco products appears to be dead.
County awards grants to address homelessness
Hawaii County announced 16 grants totaling $7.5 million will be awarded to organizations around the island to address homelessness.